Hotel Sugar Beach
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... far from towns. There was NO pollution, the moon had not risen, so we saw stars like we have not seen stars in many, many years. The outback in Australia comes to mind. I am quite sure we could see ALL of them. While on the ship the moon was out every night, full or almost full, which obliterated the light of the smaller stars. We were escorted by two local village boys who have become licensed turtle guides and know all about “their ...
... one go, had the shortest breath ever and they poured more in which I definitely did not have enough air for. I tried to stop the flow of the booze, I am not one waste alcohol, but most of it just sprayed all over my legs. Tom had also given me the best tip ever which was that if I didn't like what had gone in the funnel I should just use the snorkel blast method and thereby spraying my wonderful instructor with whatever was in the snorkel. Mahahaha. I ...
... swam off super fast which meant everyone was racing to keep up with him, I was tired so they must have been too. Julian took us to an area where there are sharks in a cave and showed everyone where they were. For the life of me I could not see them and I went down about 6 times, fail! The others also saw a stingray whilst I was waiting for a girl to swim back because she got cold and needed a wetsuit. So I think they were pretty happy ...
... 1500m is the much lower
humidity and more comfortable temperatures in the mid 20s. Strangely, there
weren’t too many tourists about except a handful of locals at weekends, now on
holiday. Maybe the rush will come later nearer to Christmas and New Year.
Costa Rica is much like Ecuador and Panama. Its official
currency is the Colon but most places quote prices and accept US dollars as
well. One can select local currency or dollars at almost all ...
... lasted until Christmas morning for us, or at least for me. Linda went to bed around 11 PM or so. I stayed up talking to the vixen, Debbie, an American Chinese woman now living in New York City. She was complaining about being too old at 32 and being alone. It was sad that such a hot lady, who was also fun, intelligent and engaging, would be without friends or family on Christmas Eve, but I think there was a part of her that wanted it that way as a sympathy ploy. Despite a little ...